Shark Tank season 5 episode 12 introduces solving a holiday headache with colorful, magnetic strands; an item to bridge the gap for interfaith families; a fun, new take on traditional Christmas sweaters; luxurious clip-in hair extensions.
Season 5 Episode 12 in depth
John Paul Mitchell Systems co-founder John Paul DeJoria and New York Giants owner Steve Tisch appeared as guest sharks this season.
In season 5 episode 12, there is no guest judge.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 12. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. They were not actually on Shark Tank if you don’t see a business on this list. Some of the top places you can use to check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.
List with all the appearances in season 5 episode 12:
- Tipsy Elves – Ugly Holiday Sweaters
- Hanukkah Tree Topper for Interfaith Families
- Lite-Netics – Magnetic Holiday and Christmas Lights
- Cashmere Hair – High Quality Hair Extensions
Shark Tank Air Date: 12/13/13 – Season 5 – Episode 12
Tipsy Elves – Ugly Holiday Sweaters
|$100,000 for 5%||$100,000 for 10%||Robert Herjavec|
Entrepreneurs: Nick Morton and Evan Mendelsohn
Tipsy Elves is the eCommerce apparel company specializing in ugly Christmas sweaters and other quirky clothing. The company was founded in 2011 when Evan Mendelsohn, a lawyer with some internet marketing skills, teamed up with college friend Nicklaus Morton.
After a year in business, they had sold over $380,000 worth of sweaters and over $900,000 by then end of year two!
They’ve also just created a new line of tacky ski gear so you can turn heads and cause crashes on ski slopes everywhere.
Hanukkah Tree Topper for Interfaith Families
|$50,000 for 15%||$50,000 for 35%||Daymond John|
Entrepreneurs: Morri Chowaiki
Hanukkah Tree Topper is a Christmas tree topper in the form of a Star of David, for interfaith families to fuse their holidays and celebrate together.
Hanukkah Tree Topper is available in most big box stores including Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot, and Walmart, among others. The company was based in San Diego, California.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
Lite-Netics – Magnetic Holiday and Christmas Lights
|$125,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Shawn Genenbacher
Lite-Netics are Christmas lights strands magnetized at each bulb for easy setup. Lite-Netics is the brand name for a system which allows you to hand up Christmas lights without the need for hooks or wires.
The lights have a magnetic base at the start of each and every socket. This innovative decorating ideas and eliminates the need to pound nails, mounts and other potentially permanent additions into a home’s exterior to install Christmas lights.
Magnetic lights only work on ferrous materials, such as metal strips around the roof’s edge or galvanized steel gutters and it won’t stick to aluminum or vinyl gutters.
Cashmere Hair – High Quality Hair Extensions
|$45,000 for 15%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Melissa Barone & Rachel Bernstein
Cashmere Hair produces premium-quality hair extensions with a unique clip-in system that makes them easier and safer to apply and remove than any other. Based in Beverly Hills, Cashmere Hair’s extensions are made of 100% human hair and available in a range of colors to suit any woman in need.
Cashmere Hair extensions can also be cut and textured to customize the look and blend inexpertly with any woman’s natural hair. Melissa Barone & Rachel Bernstein are the founders of Cashmere Hair.
Melissa has been a model for the last 10 years and has been wearing hair extensions. Cashmere Hair products are constructed from real human hair.
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